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Over the past few years, London-based Revolut has raised $836 million in total.

Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester and ex-MP, will formally welcome some of the digital sector’s brightest and best to Manchester as he launches the first-ever Digital City Festival on March 9th.

SumUp made its name with contractless card machines for merchants but is now expanding into cards.

TotallyMoney, a FinTech company aiming to improve the UK’s credit score, acquired their three millionth customer this week.

The London-based Eastern Eye has joined BBC's Local News Partnerships scheme as one of the first BAME publications to do so.

Pot Noodle has joined up with Deliveroo to allow time-starved fans of the instant noodle brand to send noodles to each other this Valentine's Day.

As part of the 'Love Notes' social media-driven campaign, dessert lovers are invited to submit romantic tweets inspired by the lyrics of iconic love songs.

London football fans of all ages and visitors from across Europe will be able to watch England matches, the semi-finals and final of the UEFA EURO 2020 Football Championship at a special Fan Zone in Greenwich Park.

Diageo, title partner for this year's Six Nations, has rolled out its dynamic out-of-home campaign across the nation inviting rugby fans to enjoy a pint of the black stuff.

The Institue for Practitioners in Advertiing (IPA) has come out in support of the government's decision to make Ofcom the official regulator for social media platforms, giving the regulator new powers.


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